ED RUSCHA "BREWS" SCREENPRINT, 1970
ED RUSCHA "BREWS" SCREENPRINT, 1970
ED RUSCHA "BREWS" SCREENPRINT, 1970
ED RUSCHA "BREWS" SCREENPRINT, 1970
ED RUSCHA "BREWS" SCREENPRINT, 1970
ED RUSCHA "BREWS" SCREENPRINT, 1970
ED RUSCHA "BREWS" SCREENPRINT, 1970
ED RUSCHA "BREWS" SCREENPRINT, 1970
ED RUSCHA "BREWS" SCREENPRINT, 1970

ED RUSCHA "BREWS" SCREENPRINT, 1970

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This work is from one of Ed Ruscha's (b. 1937) most iconic print series.

Created in 1970 the full suite of screenprints in entitled: "News, Mews, Pews, Brews, Stews, Dues"

Classic Ruscha, the artist plays with language and typography in a way that destabilizes the parameters of pop, conceptual art and minimalism. 

Ruscha had been dedicated to printmaking since the beginning of his art studies in the late 1950's. Lithographic editions has been a central part of his practice since. 

During the summer of 2014 Gagosian (New York) is exhibiting a retrospective of Rusha's mutliples.

Arguably the most famous Californian artist, Los Angeles has a profound influence on Ruscha's formal interests, palette and overall aesthetic.

This work is in the permanent collection of the Tate (London), Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), MoMA (New York), LACMA (Los Angeles) to mention a few. 

Additional images available on request. 

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Signed, dated and numbered by the artist.

From an edition of 75.

Organic screen print on paper.

Printed by Lyndon Hayword, Editions Alecto

USA, 1970

32"W 23"H

40"W 31"H (framed) 

Excellent condition